Valentine's Day Gadget Gifts for Your Guy - Evolved Mommy
Show your Valentine that you’ve been paying attention. Even if you haven’t really, he’ll swoon at any one of these gifts.
Prices range from $35 to $500+, so there’s something for every budget.
Heads up: It’s time to shop. V-day is just a couple weeks away, and you don’t want to be wrapping a picture of that AMAAAAAZING gift you ordered. Been there.
Valentine’s Day Gifts for Him
1. Very Fancy (and expensive) Airplay Bluetooth speakers
Samsung DA-E750 $599
This has to be the absolute best looking sound dock every at all the end. And one of the most expensive. Worried that it’s all style and no substance? Worry not. CNet and Engadget both gave it 4+ stars.
2. Quality Affordable Headphones
C | Net says these are the best budget headphones available.
Pebble just launched a new super sexy Steel line that we like much better than the original, but at $250, it’s quite a bit pricier than the original design which is still cool looking and only $150.
4. Fitness Tracker
Fitbit One $100
Here’s a great article that ranks the top 26 fitness trackers currently on the market. The Fitbit One, which is what my husband and I have both been using for over a year, ranks #2 behind only the Fitbit Force, but I’m thinking the article was written before it was learned the new Force causes skin irritation. Yipes. Don’t get that one.
5. Streaming Media Player
This crazy affordable little gadget plugs right into the HDMI port on your TV and voila! You can broadcast anything from your computer. The cool thing is this can basically replace an AppleTV for a lot of purposes, most importantly: watching Netflix. Super affordable awesome gift. Your fella will be so impressed.
6. Stylish Digital Camera
Fuji XF1 $450
So beautiful. So masculine. And incredible ratings everywhere. Specs: 12 megapixels. 4x optical zoom. Also available in black and tan-ish.
iOS operated panty vibrator (not yet available)
Erm… okay. This is just fascinating, and was all the talk of CES. You wear the panties. He controls the action from his iPhone. I’m not jumping on that bandwagon, but if you’re into that sort of thing…